Pan American ranks among best banks to work for

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Pan American Chairman Nicholas Giuliano and President and CEO Frank Cerrone

Pan American Bank & Trust has been selected by American Banker as one of the Best Banks To Work For in 2018 nationwide. “Being selected is a tribute to the strength of our culture, including our commitment to each other, our clients and our communities,” says Pan American President and CEO Frank Cerrone. “We are truly grateful for this honor and will continue to be one of the best banks working for you!”

Launched in 2013 by American Banker and Best Companies Group, the Best Banks to Work For program, identifies, recognizes and honors U.S. banks for outstanding employee satisfaction. Full results of this year’s program are available at and the September issue of American Banker Magazine.

“Our annual ranking recognizes financial institutions that are committed to investing in employee job satisfaction, career development and personal growth — a ‘return on assets’ that can be hard to measure by traditional means,” says American Banker Editor-in-Chief Rob Blackwell.

Banks are selected for the ranking based on workplace policies, practices and demographics as well as employee surveys. The combined scores determine the top banks and the final ranking.

Pan American Bank & Trust is a full service privately held community banking institution with assets of approximately $344 million and branches in Melrose Park, Palatine, Little Village, Sauganash, Bloomingdale, and Bellwood. (

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